Analysis of Morphological changes in the Gold Coast Seaway
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Historical bathymetric data is being collated to map out the trends of morphological changes and ebb-delta growth at the Nerang River entrance which is also known as the Gold Coast Seaway after construction of entrance stabilisation works in 1985. The influences of various environmental and anthropogenic drivers which have impacted on the entrance morphology are investigated using available historical bathymetry, wave, dredging and bypassing data.
COPRI 2011 – Conf. on Coastal Engineering Practice
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Earth Sciences not elsewhere classified